unenvious

unenvious

(ʌnˈɛnvɪəs)
adj
not envious
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There's something so stylish about you, Anne," said Diana, with unenvious admiration.
The current of these meditations would have been stayed sometimes by a rush of shame, bearing a remonstrance to himself from his own open nature, representing that to shelter such suspicions, even for the passing moment, was not to hold the high, unenvious course he had resolved to keep.
Colombo: Shardul Thakur knows that opportunities in a settled limited overs line-up won't come easily and that's the reason he is ready to "step up" in an unenvious role of India's stop-gap third seamer in absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah.
It may seem easy work for Raina and his boys against less-fancied Bangladesh, but the real challenge for them lies not in the small matter of beating the host but in the unenvious task of trying to grab the interest of a world madly in love with a totally different ball game set rolling to Samba beats and Diabolica tunes rising from the stadiums spread across Brazil.
Those around Iago were notably unenvious (although capable of envy) and absorbed in their own concerns hence no one suspects him.
Real Madrid, who could have drawn either Arsenal, AC Milan or Manchester City will also be relatively happy with their draw, with Schalke given the unenvious task of trying to stop Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and co.
27 ONE TO WATCH Gus Poyet & Alan Pardew SUNDERLAND'S manager has the unenvious task of lifting his Black Cats players off the floor after they officially earned the title of the worst ever Premier League starters.
Boyle has the unenvious task of creating a show to rival the universally heralded opener to the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
Tytler, who was handpicked by Rahul, has the unenvious task of uniting the faction- ridden party, and overseeing the election campaign.
Further investigations reveal it is the panto's live band, who have the unenvious honour of sitting in the theatre pit at each show.
he does so in the first instance as a son who is himself of another, of an unenvious Father on whom he continues to depend.
Hull are appearing at Wembley for the first time in their 104-year history and could finally shed the unenvious tag of being the biggest city in Europe to not harbour a top-flight football club with victory over the Robins.